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Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life's biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to.
 
RadEO is a podcast for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs. It is hosted by Ross Drakes and Rich Mulholland and produced by the Entrepreneurs organisation in South Africa. Tune in every week (Well mostly) to hear conversations with business owners who will share their experiences and stories of what they have learnt building their business and what drives them to keep going.
 
In a world that can feel divisive and bleak, it's easy to get caught up in feelings of hopelessness, but the beautiful, glorious, truth is this: LOVE NEVER FAILS. In the 40 years I’ve been on the airwaves, I’ve implored my listeners to LOVE SOMEONE; Family, friends, neighbors, community, the Lord, and themselves. I’m talking to guests with names you may know, and those you may not. But the reason I'm talking to them is because I feel they have an inspiring story to share with you on how to c ...
 
Crypto is depressing. We've all experienced it at one point or another. This show highlights that everyone has dealt with some shit in this industry but, for some reason we are still here. Listen and laugh at other peoples misery, but, use these stories as a learning lesson. This show is perfect for anyone that owns Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, or any other cryptocurrency and has been down in the dumps at one point or another. Remember, it always gets better.
 
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Ross and Carrie read three entire books by exorcist Bob Larson. They learn about the dangers of rock music, lust, and experimenting with basically any spirituality other than fundamentalist Christianity. Plus, Carrie and Bob collaborate on a song about the Satanic underpinnings of country music. (Bob doesn’t know about this collaboration.) For pics…
 
Hamiltones started out as the backing singers for singer Anthony Hamilton, but this Grammy-Nominated vocal trio has developed their own soul sound, combining sweet falsetto croons and smooth round harmonies with some funky grooves and trap beats, and a little vintage-sounding swagger in the production. Their 2020 release, called 1964, references th…
 
Ólafur Arnalds is an Icelandic composer and multi-instrumentalist whose work toes the line between classical music, electronic music and film scores, mostly with a delicate undercurrent of minimalism. For his latest introspective album, some kind of peace, which reflects on connections and rituals, he has incorporated piano, strings, and electronic…
 
From a Super Over at Lord's to the opening ball of the IPL final, Trent Boult is a man who thrives on pressure. The New Zealand fast bowler talks about success, failure and plenty in between. Plus, which cricketers have got the X-factor? The ones you leave on the bench apparently! We'll take a look at some controversial new rules designed to make t…
 
Percussionist and songwriter Joachim Cooder rearranges traditional music made popular by songster and banjo player Uncle Dave Macon in the early 20th century (or so) for the completely unexpected and inventive choice of electric mbira (thumb piano.) These re-composed and re-worked tunes, much-admired by multiple generations of Cooders, get stunning…
 
Welsh guitarist Gwenifer Raymond tells tales without words with her fast and aggressive fingerpicking - adapting “American Primitive” style for "old weird Wales." The fast and aggressive part might be due to her having played in punk bands, but her musical roots extend to the blues, opera, and folk, while leaning into the darkness, goth imagery, an…
 
I find absolutely every one of my guests on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah a delight to speak with, but on today's episode, you'll have to excuse the excited squealing! She's been a constant in my life for my ENTIRE life, beloved by my grandparents, parents, myself and siblings, as well as my children and grandchildren. She's defied circumstances, stere…
 
This Is The Kit is British singer and songwriter Kate Stables (lately based in France) and whoever joins her. Her early albums were rooted in the long British folk/rock tradition, but her new record, Off Off On, has a different sound – grander arrangements, with more flesh on them, for one - perhaps more so for her having toured (in the before time…
 
Ross and Carrie time travel to 2013, when they first heard word of the School of Exorcism and turned to their paltry 2013 budget for one tuition. They recall how Carrie entered the student body, too; the steep cost of this “higher” education; and what registration looks like. Then, they take their first class! Plus, they give a brief bio for Bob La…
 
Kazakh-British violinist and composer Galya Bisengalieva plays music from her debut album Aralkum (released on Björk’s One Little Independent record label.) Aralkum is named after the desert that exists where the Aral Sea between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to be, which used to be the world’s fourth largest lake, but has been catastrophically shrinki…
 
Australia's former captain Steve Waugh tells us about his photographic journey through India in search of the spirit of cricket.Waugh also looks ahead to the titanic Test series between Australia and India and gives his views on the future of Test cricket. Plus, how women's cricketers at the Big Bash in Australia are using barefoot circles to raise…
 
Elvis Costello’s new album, Hey Clockface, veers through all kinds of musical territory: melancholy ballads, spoken word soundscapes, abrasive rockenroll, and songs with an old time jazz flavor. While most of the songs were written in Helsinki and Paris before the Covid-19 lockdown, Costello also collaborated from a distance with New York trumpeter…
 
Welcome to the first entry in our longest investigation to date: a journey that has taken us over eight years and counting. Under the careful tutelage of world-renowned, protestant exorcist Bob Larson, Ross and Carrie take classes, attend seminars, and take challenging tests, all to become certified exorcists. In this first episode, they tell a liv…
 
For the 2.4 million veterans who’ve served in Iraq and Afghanistan, the experience of war isn’t necessarily ended by coming home. Memories -particularly traumatic ones - stay with them for life, often manifesting themselves in dreams. The retelling of those dreams is at the heart of Holding It Down: The Veterans’ Dreams Project, a 2012 collaboratio…
 
We discuss the latest in the Men’s IPL and also preview the Women’s IPL challenge with former India bowler, Snehal Pradhan, and look at the clash in scheduling with the Women’s Big Bash. Plus, we speak to the Chief Executive of US Cricket, Iain Higgins, on their bid for ICC full member status by 2030. And with the whole of the South African cricket…
 
What I LOVE about having a podcast is being able to have real, uninterrupted, conversations with interesting, talented and inspirational people. This episode of "LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah" is just that kind of conversation, with a woman who truly has and does it all! Morning co-host of the most popular programs on television, singer, composer, auth…
 
Wrap yourself in the reverb-drenched guitar-driven songs from Brighton-based Juanita Stein, sometimes seen fronting the band Howling Bells (originally from Sydney, Australia.) Inherent in her music is a love of pop, psych, and rockenroll from the 1950s and 60s, mixed with some American country, folk, and the Blues. On her latest album, Snapshot, wr…
 
In this episode, Ben and Daniel discuss Patti LuPone's recent virtual concert, Patti LuPone Live from the West Side: Women of Broadway. The concert was a co-production of Dallas Summer Musicals and Entertainment Benefits Group, with proceeds going to over 20 nonprofit arts presenters around the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
 
Ross and Carrie return to the Red Pill Expo to hear the TRUTH about COVID-19, the gender revolution, socialism, and more. Learn what COVID actually is (or at least what it isn’t), hear why the powers-that-be are pushing masks and disregarding the gender binary, and finally -- FINALLY! -- find out who “they” are. For pics and videos, follow us on Fa…
 
London-based Sam Amidon has a reputation for having collected, re-imagined, and performed American traditional tunes or other folk music in unconventional ways. The Vermont-born singer/fiddler/banjoist/guitarist is the scion of a legendary family of shape-note singers, has fallen in with New Music folks like Kronos Quartet, Nico Muhly and Icelandic…
 
Has cricket lost touch with the Black Lives Matter movement? West Indies captain Jason Holder tells me the game has gone quiet on racism. Plus, could England and Australia playing different formats in different countries at the same time provide a financial lifeline to smaller nations? And Nigeria women's captain Samantha Agazuma on the cricketing …
 
Songwriter Thao Nguyen performs with one of the best band names in the business: Thao And The Get Down Stay Down. Their 2013 album We The Common, marked a turning point both in Nguyen's musical career and in her life. During a hiatus from touring and recording with the band (Thao released a collaborative album with singer-songwriter Mirah in 2011),…
 
Ross and Carrie tune in safely from their computers while a group of self-proclaimed patriots meet on Jekyll Island, Georgia, to discuss what they see as the greatest coverup of our time: a contrived pandemic used to destroy American liberties, like carrying guns into Starbucks and breathing in the spittle of the person next to you. It’s the Red Pi…
 
Alabama native Naomi Shelton came to Brooklyn as part of The Great Migration of African-Americans out of the South, and she brought along her deep affection for gospel and soul music. Her collection of gritty grooves and commanding vocals recalls both her Daptone labelmate, Sharon Jones, and R&B-infused rock bands like Alabama Shakes. Shelton sings…
 
With Sri Lanka's strict quarantine rules thwarting their return to the cricket field, we ask head coach Mickey Arthur if he can see a solution. And the power of a six - we look back at Javed Miandad's era-defining six for Pakistan against India in 1986 - and other key moments that changed the course of cricketing history.Plus, tributes to former Ne…
 
Fresh from her 15th Academy of Country Music award, her 3rd for Entertainer of the Year (having already made history as the first female to win twice - and now the only female ever to win three times!) Ms. Carrie Underwood joins us on this episode of LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah to talk about her new Christmas album, "My Gift." I'm so thrilled that ou…
 
Hailing from New Zealand’s Southern port town of Lyttelton, Aldous Harding digs deep into classic folk music with her acoustic-based brooding songs. Her music is utterly captivating, yet melancholy and bleak; the arrangements are delicate, simple, and elegant - with subtle harmonies, perhaps a touch of fiddle or keyboard, supporting acoustic guitar…
 
Ross and Carrie Election Special 2020 begins now! With apologies (and you’re-welcomes) to their international listeners, Ross and Carrie give their unique points of view on the upcoming U.S. election. Reviewing the ways ONE of the major party candidates has flouted science, evidence, and truth, they make the case for the other guy. You’ll never gue…
 
Lomelda is the stage name of Texas-born singer and guitarist Hannah Read. The distinction between Lomelda and Hannah is one she wrestles with on her new album, called “Hannah.” She has a remarkable voice and her songs can swing from softly sung ballads to roaring guitar-based rock; and those songs can cover topics like family, music, creativity, an…
 
Reaction to a record-equalling 21st consecutive one-day victory by Australia's remarkable women's team. Plus, Courtney Walsh on how he plans to turn West Indies women back into world beaters themselves. And the unexpected star of the English cricketing summer - umpire Michael Gough on how he gave up playing cricket at the age of 23 and went on to b…
 
New Orleans has produced plenty of remarkable singers, but few of those native sons and daughters sing quite like the legendary Aaron Neville. He joined us in 2010 to talk about one of his first loves – gospel music - and his album I Know I’ve Been Changed. That release marked 50 years of recording for him and featured fellow New Orleans heavyweigh…
 
Ross and Carrie try out the Oura ring, a wearable fitness and health tracker that purports to notice changes in your physiology before you would. Could it be the key to spotting COVID infection early? Is there a reason Ross needs so little sleep and Carrie is probably asleep right now? Find out when zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz For pics and videos, follow u…
 
Singer-songwriter Randy Newman's 50-plus year career has been filled with lyrical commentating on America’s brightest—and bleakest—moments. In 2011, he had just released the second volume of “The Randy Newman Songbook.” Randy joined us live in the studio to talk about chronicling his life's work on the three-volume retrospective, which features str…
 
Reaction to an astonishing week in the Indian Premier League, including a record run chase, a Super Over and a gravity-defying boundary save. Plus, as England legend Andrew Flintoff reveals his battle with bulimia, we'll hear the story of Sarah Coyte, the World Cup-winning Australia bowler who took a break from the game to deal with an eating disor…
 
Ben Harper is a three-time Grammy winner, a singer/songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist who’s played in a wide variety of styles and with a Who’s Who of famous musical colleagues. But his upcoming album, Winter Is For Lovers is just Harper and a single lap steel guitar, inspired by the so-called American Primitive style of the late John Fa…
 
Ross and Carrie pay some online psychics to channel their energy as the psychics drink tea and then read the patterns they find in the remaining leaves at the bottom of the cup. It’s the age-old fortune telling strategy known as tea leaf reading, and it has finally hit the internet! Plus, they learn how to do their own readings, thanks to the Salem…
 
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma pay tribute to Dean Jones, the great Australia batsman who has died at the age of 59.Plus, we're joined by Dhiraj Malhotra, CEO of Delhi Capitals, to discuss a controversial week in the Indian Premier League.Australia vice-captain Rachael Haynes looks welcomes the return of women's international cricket…
 
Back in 2008, the English singer-songwriter Adele turned heads with her hit “Chasing Pavements" from an album called 19. Then in 2011, she released what would become a juggernaut of a record, called 21. Adele joined us to talk about it just about a week before it came out, and gave us a sneak preview with a live performance of her huge hit, "Rollin…
 
Monte is the project of Simón Mejía of Bomba Estéreo, whose new record Mirla is a meeting of electronic dance, ambient music, and environmental sounds. Mejía describes how he was inspired by the traditional folk music of Colombia, and Indigenous music from all over the Americas, which is largely based on bird sounds and natural sounds. So, Mejía go…
 
Ross and Carrie sit down for a gripping and emotional conversation with two former followers of spiritual leader Shakuntali Siberia. Amanda Atkinson and Amy Speck were devout followers of the Russian “shaman” until just eight months ago, when they began to suspect that something was deeply wrong within their spiritual community. Hear them describe …
 
Simone Dinnerstein avoided the child prodigy route in her career – taking her time to mature and avoiding the "competition circuit" - catching the ears of many by playing the works of J.S. Bach, including The Goldberg Variations. The Brooklyn-based concert pianist returns to the studio to perform selected Bach compositions, specifically the Inventi…
 
Reaction to Australia's thrilling victory over England in the one-day series at Old Trafford. Former South Africa star Jonty Rhodes on the incredible advances in fielding in the Indian Premier League, which starts in Dubai this weekend. And as women's international cricket returns, West Indies batter Hayley Matthews relives the day when she toppled…
 
Millions know Suzanne Vega’s hits, like “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner.” Since her debut album in 1985, she has been one of America’s leading songwriters; but her new album recorded last year at the Café Carlyle, An Evening of New York Songs and Stories, shows that she is even more specifically one of the great New York City songwriters. For this podcast,…
 
We're joined by England batting great Ian Bell as he bows out of the game with 118 Test matches and more than 20,000 first class runs to his name. Find out more about a new campaign in Australia that's fronting up to racism and intolerance in cricket. Can England repeat their T20 dominance over Australia in the 50-over form? And a life of luxury in…
 
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